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what is the best way to improve memory?

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Dr. Lawrence Smith
Clinical Psychology 30 years experience
Be healthy and relax: There are many things a person can do to improve memory. Focusing on what you'd like to remember, working or having fun with the information, sleeping well, practice, etc. If people want to improve their memories they certainly can. Here's one of many links with excellent tips: http://www.Unexplainable.Net/self-improvement/10_steps_to_improve_your_memory.Php.
Dr. Lawrence Smith
Clinical Psychology 30 years experience
Be healthy and relax: There are many things a person can do to improve memory. Focusing on what you'd like to remember, working or having fun with the information, sleeping well, practice, etc. If people want to improve their memories they certainly can. Here's one of many links with excellent tips: http://www.Unexplainable.Net/self-improvement/10_steps_to_improve_your_memory.Php.

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What are the best precautions to take to avoid contracting new swine flu?

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Regular swine flu: Stay away from people who are sick to avoid getting swine flu. Get vaccinated. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with warm water- often. Use hand sanitizer when this is not available. Avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes until your hands have been properly cleaned.
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For DVT which foods are best ?

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What is the best way to stop caffeine without getting the headaches?

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Gradual detox: Slowly reduce caffeine intake over several weeks. This is best accomplished with support from another caffeine addict.
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What is the best hemorhoid treatment?

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Short stay bathroom: Hemorrhoids are often caused by straining at he stool for prolonged times. The simple way to get rid of them is to not read magazines or similar activities while on the toilet. 1-2 minutes should be enough. If the hemorrhoids are caused by pregnancy, they should disappear or become asymptomatic after delivery. The main treatment is to avoid straining.
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Are blueberries the best fruit to lower cholesterol or is there one better?

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Many are good: Almost all fruits are good at reducing your cholesterol: melon, watermelon, oranges, apples (and they keep the doctor away), grapes, bananas, mango, papaya, strawberries, blueberries, but not coconut.

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